HIV testing in Europe
In 2015, ECDC commissioned an evaluation of a previous ECDC publication, HIV testing: increasing uptake and effectiveness in the European Union guidance. The aim of the evaluation was to understand the use and impact of the 2010 HIV testing guidance in the EU/EEA, and to make recommendations for future steps by ECDC in this area, including, potentially, an updated guidance.
HIV Evaluation Guidance - Annex 1
In 2010, ECDC published the guidance HIV testing: increasing uptake and effectiveness in the European Union. In consideration of the recent developments in this field, ECDC is considering to update the guidance in 2016.
HIV Evaluation Guidance - Annex 2
As preparatory work, an evaluation of the impact of the 2010 guidance in the EU/EEA at national and supra-national levels has been commissioned.
HIV Evaluation Guidance - Annex 3
Citation analysis for HIV testing: increasing uptake and effectiveness in the European Union
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